Roadway Reopens on I-5 North in Chula Vista Following Crash

CHP dispatch said at least two people were hospitalized

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Traffic on northbound Interstate 5 is back to normal in Chula Vista following an early morning car crash that caused a back-up.

The crash was reported shortly after 5 a.m. Tuesday on I-5 north, just before State Route 54, according to California Highway Patrol (CHP) dispatch. As of 6:42 a.m., all lanes of the freeway were reopened.

Uber says that riders and drivers are no longer required to wear masks while using the service.

GPS programs advised commuters to take northbound Interstate 805 instead while first responders tended to the scene.

At least three vehicles were involved in the crash and two people were hospitalized, according to CHP dispatch. The extent of their injuries was not disclosed.

Details on what caused the crash were unclear.

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